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1Animal Feed Technologies, Greeley, CO, 2Texas State University, San Marcos, 3Texas Tech University, Lubbock.

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Effects of monensin, virginiamycin and sodium bicarbonate on rumen fermentation of beef cattle fed medium concentrate. H. Y. Wei, J. Q. Wang*, C. H. Li, D. P. Bu, and L. Y. Zhou, State Key Laboratory of Animal Nutrition,Institute of Animal Science,Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, China.

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Effects of monensin and Yucca schidigera extract on metabolism by ruminal microbes in dual flow continuous culture fermenters. M. Ruiz Moreno* and M. D. Stern, University of Minnesota, St. Paul.

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Effects of Yea-Sacc1026 supplementation on rumen pH of loose-housed dairy cattle. A. Bach*1 and S. Andrieu2, 1Institut de Recerca i Tecnologia Agroalimentàries (IRTA), Barcelona, Spain, 2Alltech Biotechnology Centre, Dunboyne, Ireland.

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Rumen fermentation patterns of dairy heifers fed restricted amounts of high, medium, and low concentrate diets and the addition of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. G. J. Lascano* and A. J. Heinrichs, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Addition of three yeast cultures to diets for dairy cows in mid-lactation. K. E. Cowles*1, M. R. Murphy1, and J. W. Jones2, 1University of Illinois, Urbana, 2Western Yeast Co., Chillicothe, IL.

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Effects of dietary yeast culture supplementation on milk production and somatic cell counts at a commercial dairy. C. R. Richardson*1,3, D. W. Boyles2, D. B. Wester3, H. P. Hagaman1,3, J. E. Vander Dussen1,3, and G. V. Pollard4, 1The Center for Feed Industry Research and Education, Lubbock, 2LDJ Nutrition, Lubbock, TX, 3Texas Tech University, Lubbock, 4Texas State University, San Marcos.

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Blood metabolites in Holstein steers fed diets with different concentrate to alfalfa hay ratios. A. R. Vakili, M. Danesh Mesgaran*, A. Heravi Moussavi, and R. Valizadeh, Ferdowsi University, Mashhad, Khorasan, Iran.

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Effects of corn and alfalfa particle size on ruminal fermentation, digestibility and chewing activity of dairy cows in midlactation. Z. J. Cao*, S. L. Li, M. Ma, and L. L. Wang, China Agricultural University, Beijing, China.

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Effect of feeding pistachio by-product on milk yield, apparent nutrient digestibility and chewing activity of early lactation Holstein cows. A. Bohluli, A. A. Naserian*, R. Valizadeh, and F. Eftekharshahroodi, Ferdowsi University, Mashhad, Iran.

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Probiotics in growing pre-ruminant calves. J. B. Cannon*1, D. L. Harmon1, K. R. McLeod1, and A. J. Gallegos2, 1University of Kentucky, Lexington, 2synBios, SA de CV Queretaro, Mexico.

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The performance of calves fed starter feeds containing distillers grains. A. B. Chestnut* and D. L. Carr, Vigortone Ag Products, Hiawatha, IA.

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Effect of feeding yeast culture on performance, health, and immunocompetence of dairy Calves. V. J. A. Magalhaes*1, F. Susca1, A. F. Branco2, I. Yoon3, and J. E. P. Santos1, 1Veterinary Medicine Teaching and Research Center, University of California Davis, Tulare, Univesidade Estadual de Maringa, Maringa, Brazil, 3Diamond V Mills, Inc., Cedar Rapids, IA.

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The effect of feeding different milk replacer programs on calf growth, health and serum glucose. T. J. Earleywine*1, T. E. Johnson1, B. J. Nonnecke2, and B. L. Miller1, 1Land O'Lakes, Inc., Webster City, IA, 2USDA, ARS, National Disease Center, Ames, IA.

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First lactation milk yield and fertility of Holstein heifers reared using three milk replacer feeding regimes. P. C. Aikman*1, M. Gould2, and E. C. L. Bleach3, 1University of Reading, UK, 2Volac International Ltd, Royston, UK, 3Writtle College, Chelmsford, UK.

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Effects of early intensified nutrition on growth and metabolism of neonatal dairy calves. C. C. Williams*1, D. T. Gantt1, C. F. Hutchison1, C. C. Stanley1, and M. A. Froetschel2, 1Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Baton Rouge, 2University of Georgia, Athens.

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Partial replacement of whole milk with soymilk stimulates early calf starter intake, saves milk, and reduces weaning age and costs. G. R. Ghorbani1, R. Kowsarzar*1, M. Alikhani1, and A. Nikkhah2, 1Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran, 2University of Manitoba, Manitoba, Canada.

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Evaluation of Jersey calves fed milk replacers and starter of varying protein and fat composition. E. H. Jaster*, J. L. Beckett, and D. G. Peterson, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

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Pre- and post weaning performance and health of dairy heifer calves fed milk replacers supplemented with oligosaccharides. B. Ziegler*1, R. Larson1, S. Hayes2, H. Chester-Jones3, D. Ziegler3, J. Linn4, M. Raeth-Knight4, and G. Golombeski4, 1Hubbard Feeds, Mankato, MN, 2Milk Products, Chilton, WI, 3University of Minnesota Southern Research and Outreach Center, Waseca, 4University of Minnesota, St. Paul.

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Pre- and post weaning performance and health of dairy heifer calves fed milk replacers with different protein sources. S. Hayes*1, B. Ziegler2, R. Larson2, H. Chester-Jones3, D. Ziegler3, J. Linn4, M. Raeth-Knight4, and G. Golombeski4, 1Milk Products, Chilton, WI, 2Hubbard Feeds, Mankato, MN, 3University of Minnesota Southern Research and Outreach Center, Waseca, 4University of Minnesota, St. Paul.

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Comparison of three analytical methods to assess urea nitrogen in colostrum. N. E. Lobos*1, M. A. Wattiaux1, and G. A. Broderick1,2, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2US Dairy Forage Research Center, Madison, WI.

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Influence of fish/soybean oil supplementation on milk conjugated linoleic acid and mammary gland SCD gene expression in dairy cows.

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